A Friday roundup - -
From The Los Angeles Times -- Social Security numbers and other payroll information of about 4,000 Securities and Exchange Commission employees were included in an unencrypted e-mail sent out by a contractor at the SEC's National Business Center. First, SEC employees were nabbed downloading porn, and now this....
A bank courier in Massachusetts was attacked a couple of weeks ago, and this week, we learned that although the assailant didn't get any case, the bag-napper did get paperwork connected with bank transactions conducted at a particular branch. The Patriot Ledger reports on this breach.
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